Bollywood actor famously known as Mr. Perfectionist, Aamir Khan, has recently revealed that he does not receive compensation before the success of his movies.
According to Indian media, Aamir Khan talked about the compensation of the film that he does not get a single rupee compensation in case of failure of the film at the box office, no matter how hard he worked.
Khan shared that he would receive compensation only if the money spent on the film was not only returned but also paid to all those involved in the film.
“After all, if the film makes double the profit from its budget, then I get my compensation from the profits,” he said. He also said that he does not even think of getting his compensation before the release of the film as he does not want anyone to suffer in case of failure of the film.
Aamir Khan said that he considers it his responsibility. It is to be noted that Khan is suffering from coronavirus these days and he has quarantined himself. His daughter also suffers from the virus.
Khan will next be seen in “Laal Singh Chaddha,” the official Bollywood remake of “Forrest Gump” and the film is due for a Christmas release. There has been a spate of COVID-19 infections in Bollywood recently as a new wave of the virus is growing exponentially in India. Those who tested positive recently include actors Kartik Aaryan and Ranbir Kapoor, producer Ramesh Taurani and actor and filmmaker Satish Kaushik.